Brighton is a reasonably priced and really good for kids. They have a ski school for kids starting at 4 years old. They also have a magic carpet lift, which you can take your kids to learn skiing. All kids under 10 ski free with skiing adult. They have a daycare for little ones while mom and dad shredding the snow))
This old home of Innoventions is now Star Wars Launch Bay, where you can see artifacts from the films, buy Star Wars merch, and even meet and greet with characters from the film.
The Light Side is always a meet & greet with Chewbacca (who gives the most amazing hugs) while the Dark Side currently rotates between Darth Vader & Kilo Ren-- both of them are intimidating to meet in person!
I came for lunch. I ordered a bento box and my daughter had chicken teriyaki. The chicken was very tender and plentiful. The sushi rolls were fresh and tasty and bigger than expected They also start you off with edamame, shrimp tempura/asparagus salad, and miso soup on the house.
The food was fantastic, staff was friendly and quick, and everything was great. They even send you off with a cream puff for dessert. I would come here again when I have a craving for Japanese food.
This is a decent choice if you are trying to do a ski vacation on a tight budget without sacrificing location. A quick gondola ride puts you at the base of the ski slopes and at several restaurant options.
The studio room was a good size with a stocked kitchenette, fireplace and nice view. Generally, the hotel is vintage - older carpet, fixtures, wallpaper etc. Nothing fancy here but did appreciate comfy beds and a room that was plenty big.
The staff was very friendly and tried to be helpful although they couldn't really address my biggest complaints. #1 The room was insanely hot, so we had to sleep with the door open, thereby hearing all of the hot tub noise until about 10pm. #2 It is a pet friendly hotels with carpet, which was pretty rough on my allergies.
I've been coming here with my family since I was born, and now we bring my 6-year old nephews. While they're a little young to appreciate all of the history, they do love that they're able to roam freely in a giant old ship. It can get a bit crowded, but that's understandable given the cheap admission and how much experience you get for your money.